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    Quote Originally Posted by Cold Warrior View Post
    Don't cook anything. Have some...

    Sliced tomatoes, mozerella, olive oil, black olives, and basil with sliced baguette
    A sampling of cheeses, to include St. Andre, Camembert, and Chevre
    Some cold meats, to include peppercorn salami and prosciutto
    A salad with greens, crushed walnuts, stilton cheese, and pears with a rasberry vinegrette dressing
    A very chilled Montrachet

    Lemon sorbet topped with a bit of vodka



    Please Please Please

    Do not heavily chill "QUALITY WHITE WINES"

    They have subtle qualities that cold hides from your palate.

    Usually I (at best) stick a bottle in the fridge for no more than 15 minutes
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    Quote Originally Posted by megimoo View Post
    Watchout, I fear he's not housebroken and he leans to the left !
    Better than a dog who knows no tricks. ;)
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    I'm a fan of going to Wal-Mart (or your local grocery store) and buying a rotissarie chicken. You can also get some good bread and lettuce & tomatos, if you're into that sort of thing.

    At that point you might as well open a can of bacon and make club sandwiches.
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    BLT with a side of chips.
    Grilled cheese with a side of tater tots.
    PB & J with a glass of milk
    Chef salad with romaine lettuce, tomatos, sliced american cheese, ham and turkey with Thousand Island dressing
    Cheese or Western omelette


    These are my quick dinners when I don't feel like cooking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawkgirl View Post
    BLT with a side of chips.
    Grilled cheese with a side of tater tots.
    PB & J with a glass of milk
    Chef salad with romaine lettuce, tomatos, sliced american cheese, ham and turkey with Thousand Island dressing
    Cheese or Western omelette


    These are my quick dinners when I don't feel like cooking.
    Grilled cheese with a side of chips, a pickle, and a very cold bottle of white wine. Best cheap meal in the world. It used to be my regular meal in a place far away and a time long ago.
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    1 fresh tuna steak 5.99
    1 package corn tortillas 2.39
    1 container chunky salsa 3.99
    1 container guacamole 5.99
    1 lime .50

    Heat grill pan to high heat. Rub olive oil on tuna steak. Grill both sides, 1 minute or so each. Longer time if steak is thicker than an inch and a half. Place tuna on cutting board. Cut like regular steak into strips along the bias.

    Wrap a stack of 12 corn tortillas in foil and heat in oven. 300 for 5-8 minutes.

    Assemble soft taco. Optionally served with 7oz Coronitas, or any light ale.

    The only cooking is the tuna, and you just grill the outside, the middle is still pink. It's quick, tasty, and it has something warm in it. Eating cold food never quite hits the spot. A cheaper version of this recipe substitutes black beans from a can for guacamole with no adverse results.

    No plates, only one pan and some utensils. Anything easier and I would have to go with Popeye's red beans and rice and some biscuits.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cold Warrior View Post
    Grilled cheese with a side of chips, a pickle, and a very cold bottle of white wine. Best cheap meal in the world. It used to be my regular meal in a place far away and a time long ago.

    Nothing says comfort food like a grilled cheese sammie...;)
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